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How many times have you had to reinvent yourself or your business?

When we hear the word reinvent, it conjures up all sorts of thoughts and emotions and sometimes we might even think it means we need to completely change who we are, what we look like and what we do. In some situations all of these things will […]

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This week there were two events that had great similarities for me

Last Wednesday, Merredin College hosted a Wheatbelt Business Network Business After Hours to discuss education, career development and workforce placements with local businesses. The night was well attended and discussion focused on strategies that the school, businesses and community could do to keep our young people in […]

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The speed and unrelenting pressure of the 24/7 media cycle continues to shape the world we live in – whether we like it or not

The political events that took place in Canberra last week and in the years prior with Rudd and Gillard give us an opportunity to ask the big questions of media, what it is today and what it is looking like for the future. The 24/7 tweet and […]

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October 2012

October 2012

SME’s are good for our communities. When our communities small to medium enterprises (SME’s) prosper, it multiplies in the community. It’s one of the beliefs I have and that of the Wheatbelt Business Network. Baylor University, in the USA, looked at the effects of SME’s on their […]

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August 2012

According to the 2011 Census, by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Western Australian suburb of Bentley had the highest proportion of eligible bachelors (24-35yrs), whilst Ellenbrook had the highest proportion of eligible women (24–35yrs). Perhaps a useful piece of information, if you are looking for a […]

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May 2012

Gravitational Forces What ‘pulls’ you in to live, work and visit the Wheatbelt? For me, it is my family, friends, challenging and diverse work, opportunities and overall a lifestyle that I haven’t found anywhere else. These pull factors that attract me to the region, to live, work […]

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March 2012

Thinking Ahead How far ahead into the future do our Wheatbelt, Western Australian and Australian sectors look when considering matters that require strategic planning? The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) predicts population until the end of the 21st Century and the WA Planning Commission up to 2026. […]

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January 2012

Australia’s long history is linked to the land. Our nation rode on the sheep’s back for decades and our vast land was opened up by pioneers. Today the reality is that we rely on a number of other industries such as service related industry, construction, tourism, education […]

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Contact Details

Caroline Robinson
Director of Solum Wheatbelt Business Solutions

Address:
PO Box 309, Narembeen WA 6369

Phone: (08) 9880 8035
Mobile: 0403 225 900
Email: caroline@solum.net.au

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Wheatbelt Business Network

The Wheatbelt Business Network (WBN) is here to help your business in the region. It is a not for profit, member driven, proactive business association to benefit every business in the Wheatbelt.

We deliver Business After Hours, business dinners, one on one business support, promotion of the #ThinkLinkFirst campaign and a voice for your business with the decision makers of Western Australia.

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